The editors are pleased to present the eight issue of Diogenes!
Alex M. Feldman, Masonry, Medicine and Monotheism: The Conversion of the Volga Bulgars in the Kyssa’i Yūsuf, the Risāla of ibn Fadlān and the Tārīkh-i-Bulghār
Zoi Georgiadou, Forming a Constantinopolitan Greek collective identity in the second half of the 19th century
Matina Paraskeva, The Deformed Werewolf: Disability in Alexandros Papadiamantisʹ ʺΘέρος-Ἔροςʺ (1891).
Elissavet Tsakanika, Ioannis Kapodistrias (1776-1831): friends and enemies – From ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝ (11.3.1831-30.9.1831) to ΑΙΩΝ(1838-1888).
Kalliope Pavli, When imperialism met archaeology. Annexationist ideologies of 1900 and the Greek case in Asia Minor.
DIOGENES_8_November 2019Georgia Tsatsani, Alexis Dimaras, History of the Modern Greek Education.
Jacopo Marcon, The CATENA PROJECT: The Pseudo Oecumenian Catena on Romans.
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The general editor are Flavia Vanni and Jessica Varsallona
The specialist editors for Issue 7 were Gavriil Ioannis Boutziopoulos (University of Birmingham), Michael Burling (University of Birmingham), Laura Marie Clark (University of Birmingham), Kyriakos Fragoulis (University of Birmingham), Vassiliki Kaisidou (University of Birmingham), Lefteris Kefalas (King’s College London), Dimitra Maravelaki (University of Birmingham), Gemma Masson (University of Birmingham), Nicholas S. M. Matheou (University of London), Mikael Muehlbauer (Columbia University), Maria Alessia Rossi (Princeton University), Yannis Stamos (University of Birmingham), Anastasia Tantarouda-Papaspyrou (University of Birmingham), Panagiota Vasilaki (University of Birmingham), Pauline Vasselle (University of Birmingham), and Alexandra Vukovich (University of Oxford).
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